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How can I install the Google Apps Package (Play Store, …) on my Android device?

I have an international android smartphone which doesn't have anything related to Google Play Store installed. So I have to install GoogleLoginService.apk, GoogleServicesFramework.apk, Vending.apk, ... by myself. I was able to find information about how to do it online but I cannot find where to get those apks for my version of Android, which is version 4.0.4.

If I download them, how can I know/verify they are the right version for the android 4.0.4?

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marked as duplicate by Izzy, ce4, Flow, roxan, eldarerathis Nov 26 '12 at 5:03

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You have to flash GAPPS (Google Apps) ZIP. Click here to download GAPPS for ICS. For alternate links or other gapps versions see this link.

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